Cool as a cucumber



adjective phrase

Very calm, and often haughty or callous (1730s+)
Calm and composed, self-possessed, as in Despite the mishap Margaret was cool as a cucumber. This idiom may be based on the fact that in hot weather the inside of cucumbers remains cooler than the air. [ c. 1600 ]
For a synonym, see cool, calm, and collected

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